Programming Microsoft® Web Forms

Programming Microsoft® Web Forms
Published:November 02, 2005Language:English
Author:Douglas J. ReillyTechnology:Microsoft Visual Studio .NET
Length:336 PagesISBN 13:9780735621794

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About The BookGet hands-on guidance for exploiting Web Forms capabilities with ASP.NET 2.0.

Get the focused, straightforward information you need to master the most common challenges in developing real-world Web Forms applications. Whether you’re a new or experienced developer, you’ll learn the essential techniques for exploiting new forms and controls in Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0—enabling you to write Web applications more quickly and with less code.

Discover how to:
  • Work with standard ASP.NET controls for common tasks

  • Create your own user controls and custom server controls

  • Lay out forms with HTML and Cascading Style Sheets

  • Create common page elements just once with Master Pages

  • Style your Web Forms with themes and skins

  • Add Web Parts and allow users to personalize pages

  • Access and edit data with Microsoft ADO.NET objects

  • Bind data to your form controls—without adding any code

  • Create security-enhanced Web applications

  • Integrate your Web forms with Windows Forms applications


  • PLUS—Get code samples on the Web
    About Douglas J. ReillyDouglas J. Reilly is the author of several Windows-related programming books, including Designing Microsoft ASP.NET Applications (Microsoft Press). He has been published extensively in technical magazines and Web sites, and is the “Database Geek of the Week” columnist for Simple-Talk.com. Doug is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for ASP/ASP.NET and a member of the ASPInsiders team. Doug develops security-focused Web applications and multitier client/server applications for the healthcare industry as owner of a small consulting company, Access Microsystems, Inc.
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